Make sure that the ice
bucket is securely locked in place under the icemaker.
Observe the Feeler Arm or
Shut Off Arm, which is a metal or plastic lever that will be pushed to an “up”
position when the ice bucket has reached maximum capacity and signals to stop
the production of ice.
You can test to see if the
arm is working properly by manually moving the arm back and forth from the “up”
to “down” positions. If the arm has become damaged or detached, this is why you
have an overproduction of ice in your unit.
If the level arm is damaged,
it will need to be replaced.
If the problem is not with
your shut off arm and ice is still being made, you may have a faulty Control
Module. However, a faulty control board usually relates to situations where
your icemaker is not producing any ice.
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